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Archaeologist Says a Stone Pillar in the City of David is Where Abraham Met Melchizedek (Christianity Beliefs)





Archaeologist Says a Stone Pillar in the City of David is Where Abraham Met Melchizedek (Christianity Beliefs)

Archaeologist Says a Stone Pillar in the City of David is Where Abraham Met Melchizedek (Christianity Beliefs)

Christianity Beliefs – An Israeli archaeologist has uncovered the remains of an altar believed to be from around the time once Abraham met the high priest Melchizedek in Jerusalem.

Archaeologist Eli Shukron has spent an abundant of his life trying to find Bible history in the City of David. Shukron gave CBN News an exclusive look into what he feels is one amongst his most vital discoveries unbroken beneath lock and key that dates back 4000 years – a stone pillar.

Shukron says the pillar, found within the City of David, is simply just like the one delineated in Genesis 28 once Jacob had a dream in Bethel of a ladder reaching up to Heaven. Once the dream, Jacob said, “How impressive is this place! this can be done aside from the house of God, and this can be the gate of heaven!  Then Jacob rose early in the morning and took the stone that he had a place at his head, set it up as a pillar, and poured oil on prime of it.”



Shukron believes Melchizedek set a stone pillar up in Jerusalem even as Jacob did in Bethel.

“We are in a very, very vital place. Return to Melchizedek. Return to Abraham’s time. Perceive that approach these individuals are adoring God just like in the beginning,” said Shukron.

Shukron says it contrasts with ancient worship in alternative places.

“If you’re going at that point to alternative places in the world in Egypt or Mesopotamia you’ll be able to see temples, gold, and idols and I don’t apprehend pillars.  Here it’s straightforward.  The stone, animals, animals, sacrifice.  The stone is the house of God.  No gold and diamonds.  Everything is straightforward. This can be what God needs us to be, simple.  It’s fantastic.  For what? For what reason? To attach with God.”



Shukron says the mixture of the altar for sacrifice, the blood channel, the olive press for anointing oil, the place to hold up the killed animals; where they divided the sacrifice that led him to believe this was the place where Melchizedek met Abraham.

Genesis 14 describes the meeting: “ Then Melchizedek King of Salem brought out bread and wine; he was the priest of God Most High. And he blessed him and said:  Blessed be Abram of God most high, owner of heaven and earth; and blessed be God Most High, who has delivered your enemies into your hand. And he gave him a tithe of all.”

After Melchizedek blessed Abraham, Abraham gave him a tithe.

“Why offer him a tithe? as a result of he adoring God,” Shukron said.

The blessing of bread and wine may be a tradition and approach of life that continues some 4000 years later.

“What are we doing today?  The Jewish, the Christian.  What are we doing? We are blessing the bread and wine in a very completely different approach however blessing bread and wine,” Shukron said. “Where [did] all [of that start?] Here in the City of David in the Temple of Melchizedek. This is actually the place. This can be where we are and this can be superb to grasp that.”

This space continues to be being excavated and sooner or later the general public ought to be able to see for themselves where Shukron believes Abraham met Melchizedek.




 

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